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's like we're on tv. i take you tonight to indianapolis. they've had recent trouble with race relations after a controversial arrest back in may was made of a biracial teenager who suffered severe facial cuts and bruises in his arrest. one officer had been recommended for firing. protests for more firings have been held. let the court system work it out. if they're dirt bags, fire them. but one pastor in indianapolis had his own idea about how to deal with the tension. he came up with one of the worst ideas i think i've seen. that includes the segway. pastor james harrington of mount vernon missionary baptist church. he hatched a brilliant plan to put the indianapolis police department to the test. they invited a 17-year veteran of the force, sergeant matthew grimes to speak at the july 24 event hosted at the municipal gardens, a parks department facility in the city. sergeant grimes has done hundred of these sort of public appearances, community relations sergeant. that's what he does. pastor harrington and the park manager willard gutton planned have an altercation break out between t
at indianapolis. what led to his tragic crash and how did this happen? in minutes. are you receiving a payout from a legal settlement or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. martha: this is a tragic story. a 13-year-old motorcycle racer died at indianapolis motor speedway, over the weekend. during a trial run, this young boy, peter lenz, fell off his bike and there are reports out there that he was waving, that he was down, and then was hit by one of the other motorcycle riders, a 12-year-old motorcycle rider in the race and, the young boy who was killed in all of this, he was from washington state, he was a rising star, in the world of motorcycle racing. >> the second rider, he hit him from behind, his bike flew up about 5 feet in the air, and they landed about 25, 30 feet, beyond him. martha: what an awful story this is, this is video taken from the web site and shows what it looked like, from the seat of his bike, the teenager took home several first place and top three fi
at the vfw convention in indianapolis and the president is still on vacation, this week in martha's vineyard and when he gets back to washington, we understand, one of the first orders of business will be to address the nation, on the topic of iraq and these are pictures of him vacationing there, much more coming up on this issue of iraq, and what vice president joe biden will have to say coming up on "america's newsroom." gregg: the government warning that even more eggs may be recalled, the fda does not know exactly how the eggs or chickens were contaminated, adding that we could see more eggs pulled from the she was over the next several weeks. so far, there were 1300 reported salmonella poisonings linked to eggs, from two iowa farms and both farms share the very same suppliers of chickens, and feed, and they also have ties to an iowa business, with a history of violating state and federal laws. martha: back to one of the biggest stories of the summer, there is a new and dangerous voice in the mosque debated. according to reports, opposition over plans to build an islamic center near grou
to die at indianapolis motor speedway, at 13 should he have been behind the wheel and should an adult make that call, this is a very controversial issue, and, all centers around the tragic loss of this little boy and we'll talk about it, coming up. "4 million drivers switched!" gecko water bottle... notebook... chamois... gecko: sir, i feel a little bit uncomfortable with all... you know... with all this. i mean, it's not about me. should be about how geico's the third-largest car insurance company in the nation. things like that. boss: oh, of course! we're not gonna get carried away. gecko: uh...yeah... all right as long as we don't overdo it. vo: geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. so you think your kids are getting enough vegetables? yeah, maybe not. v8 v-fusion juice gives them a full serving of vegetables plus a full serving of fruit. but it just tastes like fruit. v8. what's your number? martha: new polls out this morning show republicans have taken an unprecedented lead, this is a gallup -- gallup poll, as we head into election seaso
in this economy, muncie, anderson here in indianapolis, indiana. people are hurting they know we can't borrow, spend and bail our way back to a growing economy. they want to see this administration take a dramatic step in the direction of preserving and promoting tax relief that will create jobs, embracing fiscal discipline. and abandoning this job-killing agenda, suggesting card check, passing cap and trade, maybe in the lame duck they continue to advance. fret get one of the problems is regretly the is a product of the american psyche. if we are all excited and think we are on the road to recovery chances are we are going to spend. if everyone talks about doom and gloom and we see existing house sales plummet 27%, it is hard to get us all sort of whooped up so we go out and buy. besides the usual tax program, extending the bush tax cuts that i know the republican party wants. what is it that you could do to turn it around? people truly are hurting. quickly, we need to turn stuff around for people. >> look, the enemy of our prosperity is uncertainty. i had a small business jobs forum in ande
of the electorate. >> greta: karl, thank you. enjoy indianapolis. >> i will. >> greta: dana perino will talk about the palin effect. and why are some in texas worried about backdoor amnesty? do the feds have a plan you have not heard about? >> for the first time tiger woods' now ex-wife is [ male announcer ] what if we told you there's a new utility vehicle o there with the most advanced engine in its class? that it has three cylinrs with dual overhead cams? that it has 50 horsepow? and intense acceleration? now what if we told you it was a john deere? prepare to have your expectations shattered by the all-new gator xuv 825i. go to johndeere.com/gator tsee what makhis the fastest, most powerful gator yet. >> greta: it is neck-and-neck nail-biter in alaska still waiting for election results between incumbent lisa murkowski and tea party favorite joe miller endorsed by governor sarah palin. miller holds a razor thin lead but will the palin effect give the underdog a win? dana perino joins us live. i threw the question also at your former colleague karl. i'm curious, the palin effect that is her home
it to 9/11 indianapolis to -- families who you can't get past it. >> it's been 21 years. the last couple years when i do talks and keep the pressure on our government, i say that's it. then i receive a phone call and say now what? last year, kadafi wanted to live thee towns away from me when he came to the you u.n. >> that's right. >> the release of al-megrahi. now they're saying maybe he'll live two to ten more years. if he dies in five months we'll be back at it again. >> neil: would you have any closure if the guy just died? >> no, not at this point. because i would be concerned about finding out how he got released. it's important the hearings take place. i don't hold out much hope. schumer loves the camera and now that this isn't going well, you don't see him. mendez is yelling cuba is repressive because they want to win the florida election. gillibrand has no clue what's going on and they're all democrats. so they're going to yell at a democratic president to have the hearing. that's what they should do and cameron is this dean investigation in the united kingdom. to make the state
: thank you. >>> birthday celebrations ends in bloodshed. cops in indianapolis say a masked man opened fire on a crowd releasing 30 rounds from a high-powered rifle. two people killed and six injured in the attack. the cops say it's possible someone fired the shots at the gunman. it happened just after midnight outside a home on the west side of indy. no word on a possible motive. we're told the attacker fired from the street and from a car before leaving the scene. the police say they found the getaway car but so far, to our knowledge, no arrests. >>> a stunning, tragic end to a family outing in louisiana. the shreveport assistant fire chief reports a are group of teenagers were in the river when all of a sudden the bottom dropped out from underneath them. none of them could swim, neither could family on shore. all they could do was watch as the teens tried to save each other, one by one disappearing underneath the surface. six drowned. one made it out alive. >> they tried to swim back up and they were hollering for help. they started going on down. >> you went in after one and had ah
donating a million and a half dollars to establish a foundation that would help a hospital in indianapolis which treats children with life-threatening diseases. he's a pate . congressman weiner got upset over his peers voting down new health care money. when asked about his passionate display mr. weiner said this. >> sometimes things make you angry. i don't have any regret to showing my anger. you got people on fox news acting angry when they are not. bill: of course fox news has nothing to do with mr. weiner's issue but he has to throw us in there. it makes him a pinhead. also, spout off from anywhere in the world, oreilly@foxnews.com. name a town if you wish to opine. when writing to the factor do not be spurious. again, thanks for watching i am bill o'reilly please remember the spin stops right here, because we are definitely looking out for definitely looking out for you. >> top of the morning to you on a tuesday, august 3rdrd. i'm gretchen carlson. thanks for sharing your time today. is it an act of sincerity or a distraction tactic? the backers of the controversial ground zero mosqu
nomination. joining us from indianapolis is the governor of indiana, mitch daniel. your state's private sector added 46,000 jobs this year. a growth rate of 2% which is triple the national average. what should washington be doing to boost hiring in the private sector? >> washington should be doing everything it possibly can because vibrant economic growth of a sustained nature and over and at a rate that we have rarely if ever seen is our only chance of keeping the terrifying deficits that we are now looking at from getting even worse. here in indiana we have done everything we know how and this preceded the recession, to try to build the best sandbox in america, lower the cost of doing business. keep taxes down particularly in this recession. make regulation fair and consistent and try to have the most inviting climate anywhere for jobs and investment. i'm hopeful national policy will take the same direction. >> chris: what about more stimulus? they are are going to pass in the house and senate the president this new bill i think it is $26 billion more state aid, keep teachers hired an
-year-old motorcycle racer at the indianapolis speedway. his name was peter lentz and died yesterday after wiping up before a warmup lap on a race. he was run over by another rider who was 12 years old. he's the youngest to ever die on that same speedway. >> all right. seven time cy young award winner roger clemens will be arraigned in washington, d.c. that will be at 2:00 eastern today. the six count indictment accuses him of lying to congress when he claims he never used steroids or h.g.h., human growth hormones. if convicted, clemens faces between 15 and 21 months behind bars and he has that civil suit looming if he pleads guilty or cuts a deal. >> he has a few issues. >> the imam behind the proposed mosque near ground zero said election year politics are to blame for the fueling of the islamic center. in an interview with the paper, rauf blames a tiny minority for leading the opposition. rauf compared the struggle of muslims to america to the earlier struggles of jews and cathol catholic immigrants. he made the comments during a taxpayer funded trip to the middle east. >> canadi
.d. norman. there's -- j.d. norman has taken an ad out in the local indianapolis newspaper called "the indianapolis star" and here it is this morning. full page ad pleading with the members of the local 23 to have a vote on this issue. this is 650 jobs that we'd like to keep in indiana as the national union representative knows and indicates in the paper this morning, these individuals were will be being paid at the market wage rate. >> sure. j.d. norman said effectively you can work for us at this particular rate which is $15.50 an hour. mitch, tell us, $15.50 an hour, is that on par? it's half of what the g.m. workers are making right now. is it on par with what other automakers in indiana are making? >> well, we have toyota plants, subaru facility and a honda plant here in indiana and it's above the starting wage rate at those facilities. and at the starting wage rate for what new g.m. workers would be paid when they're hired into the new g.m. in addition to this, the g.m. workers would be allowed to move to other facilities across the -- other g.m. facilities across the country o
23. he joins us from indianapolis. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> so the united auto workers came to talk to you guys, the members of the united auto workers on sunday. and essentially, you guys ran them out of the meeting and you won't even vote on this thing. why not? >> well, back in may, we had a union meeting and i know i voted that we didn't want the international to negotiate a contract with j.d. norman with us by the minutes of our next union meeting and there was even more that agreed with that. >> ok. >> and international still wins anyways and negotiated a contract with them. >> for folks who are not familiar with your situation and the situation of 600 united auto workers out there in indianapolis, is g.m. is going to close a plant, a company called j.d. norman would like to buy it and take it over but you guys have got to take these wage cuts. now, let's take a look. right now, the starting wage at where you work is $29 an hour. what they're saying is we want you to take 1550, the new company does and in fact, tim, that's what the g.m. organization is o
annual convention in indianapolis. >> i'm proud to say that as of september 1st, the mission of the united states forces in iraq will move from combat to advise, assist, train and equip the iraqi military forces, to conduct, partner counter terrorism operations. and to provide security for our military and civilian personnel and the infrastructure in iraq. >> shepard: the vice president predicts iraq will soon mark another crucial milestone. but some analysts say that may be overly optimistic, major garrett our senior white house correspondent on martha's vineyard tonight where the first family is vacationing. major, the vice president said he was absolutely confident iraq would form a unity government but not everybody is so convinced. >> good evening, shepard. welcome to a rainy and somewhat wind-swept martha's vineyard. the vice president is not only the president's point man in iraq, he has been there 13 times. he knows all the key players. and his opinions on what may likely happen in iraq must be respected and given considerable weight as they are in the white house. he
indianapolis, is the governor of indiana, mitch daniels. governor, your state's private sector has added 46,000 jobs, so far this year and that is a growth rate of 2%, which is triple the national average, what should washington be doing to boost hiring in the private sector? >> washington should be doing everything it possibly can because vibrant economic growth of a sustained nature and over -- at a rate that we have rarely, if ever seen is our only chance, of keeping the terrifying deficits we are looking at from getting even worse and here in indiana, we have done everything we know how, in the recession to build the best sandbox in america and lower the cost of doing business and keep taxes down, particularly in this recession and make regulation fair and consistent, and, have -- try and have the most inviting climate anywhere for jobs and investments, and i am hopeful, national policy will take the same direction. >> chris: what about more stimulus? they are going to pass the house and send to the president, this new bill, i think it is $26 billion, state aid and keep teachers hired a
. >> shepard: the house speaker indianapolis pelosi called lawmakers back from their summer vacation and they got the job done. the house passed a 26 billion-dollar bill today designed to help states keep teachers and other workers on the payroll. most republicans voted against it along with a few democrats. the senate passed its version last week and president obama signed it into law this afternoon. >> it will help states avoid laying off police officers, firefighters, nurses, and first responders. and it will save the jobs of teachers like the ones who are standing with me today. >> here we have yet another bailout bill. we have bailed out chrysler, g.m., fannie, freddie, the major banks, people who bought too much home and couldn't afford it and now we're going to bail out the states. >> shepard: republicans accused democrats of giving a gift to the unions right before the congressional elections. rich edison from the fox business network is live in washington tonight. what exactly is in this bill, rich? >> well, shep, billions to state governments to help them close budget gaps.
. a 13-year-old motorcycle racer killed in a crash at the indianapolis motor speedway. his name was peter lengths. here is a picture. he reportedly fell off his bike during a warm-up lap for a race yesterday. another motorcycle racer hit him. we have video of peter on his bike from his web site. he is the youngest rider ever killed at the speedway. a spokesman for the united states grand prix racer's association says the teens who race know what they are doing. >> we have been racing at almost every single track in the country. big tracks, small tracks. you name it these kids have proven time and time again that their skills, their training, their background and everything have proven that these guys are more than ready for a track like this. >> shepard: well, the union reports it will review its safety rules but will not conduct a formal investigation into the death of 13-year-old peter lentz she claims the purse was not hers. the arrest report says it was. she is paris hilton and back with johnny law. talk about trouble, the entire east coast keeping an eye on hurricane you recall. -- e
the various political faction that's rack. he predicted today in his speech in indianapolis that in fact in the not that distant future so there has been an impasse and political limbo, some time in the future those political differences will be resolved and the united states will continue its draw down but will not completely leafy rack as a matter of policy or u.s. forces. let's listen briefly to the vice president. >> i'm absolutely confident that iraq will form a national unity government that will be able to sustain that country. one more thing, drawing down our troops in iraq does not mean we are disengaging. >> reporter: that's an interesting point, rick, and jenna, because yesterday the commanding u.s. general in iraq said if the iraqis asked the united states to stay after the scheduled removal of all u.s. forces in 2011 the u.s. would consider that. the administration officials i've talked to says that is not signaling a new strategy, but it does open a bit of a window. rick: it's been five months now since iraq's national elections. how concerned is the white house about the r
on iraq. indianapolis tomorrow speaking to veterans of foreign war. significant speeches on the importance not only from a policy perspective but the politics of the president promising when was a candidate and then completing as a president the u.s. combat drawdown from iraq. much work remains to be done. it will be interesting to see how vice president biden appraises the work of the iraqis who have still produced no unified central government for iraq. that is one of the principal tasks that the president gave vice president bid biden to bee u.s. interlocutor. if that work remains undone, the security situation in iraq is likely to remain perilous and the residual force of u.s. forces to be there only in a support role could find themselves because of renewed sectarian violence closer to jeopardy than the united states would be comfortable with or expect if there were a stable democratic iraqi government. back to you. >> shannon: thank you for the update. try to stay dry there. >> i will, thanks,. >> shannon: the last phase of a new federal law that puts restrictions on credit card inte
president joe biden will be in indianapolis today to talk about the war in iraq. this comes days after the last u.s. combat troops begin to leave the country. will the v.p. address the fact that iraq still does not have a government and, perhaps, have not put enough pressure on that government or helped that government work towards a compromise? kelly wright is live in washington with the preview. hey, kelly. >> good morning to you. fox news has learned from senior administration officials that the speech that vice president joe biden delivers later today is expected to be a three part speech, if you will, dealing with iraq, afghanistan and veterans programs funded during the obama administration. with the troop draw down, vice president biden will predict a resolution of the current political impasse in iraq and state the issue will be resolved in the near future. he will neither set nor predict a political compromise. he will also note the progress of the iraqi army and police forces in providing security in iraq's major cities and rural areas as well. u.s. commander in iraq says he'
there and republican pollster john mclaughlin joining us from indianapolis. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> dana, let's start with you. this is one of your personal pet peeves. you hate it when people say the tea party candidate. explain why. >> i do! oh, because i think some people take tea party to mean it's an actual party and it's not. i don't like the term tea party candidate. makes me sick to my stomach. i look at it like this. there are republicans that are running, republican candidates that are on tickets in different primaries that share the same belief system and the same platform as the grassroots movement, but that doesn't make them a tea party candidate. sounds very co-opty to me. >> you feel while some are trying to portray the tea party as spoilers in this, these actually energizing the base. that's a good thing for republicans. >> right, you've seen it. we did a big study in the beginning of the year for national view institute and it's on our web site but it energized the republican primary and now you have candidates that have won these primaries and they can
lee and we'll pick up the story then, ted stevens was born in indianapolis, indiana and made his faway to fairbanks, alaska, and born november of 1923 and served the us army corps and the second world war in china, three years, 1943 to 1946, the longest serving republican senator in the united states senate history. now we're waiting to see his fate, the fate possibly of his sons and also sean o'keefe, administrator of nasa, director there. martha: and his son as well. bill: more information when we get it i want to squeeze in a quick commercial break and we'll work our phones as we go to break here. for more information log onto foxnews.com and get complete updates and up-to-the-minute on-line and we're back here in a moment on this breaking news story in "america's newsroom." >> reporter: in case you're joining us we are reporting on a plane crash in the wilderness of alaska that may possibly have taken the lives of eight or nine people. we are working our way through the information trying to figure out what we can report as fact and what is not. this is what we understand, late las
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